Healthy $1 Dessert Recipes – Easy Budget Meals! – Mind Over Munch

Healthy $1 Dessert Recipes – Easy Budget Meals! – Mind Over Munch


Hey Munchies, welcome if you’re new! I’m Alyssia, and I’d like to welcome you to
the channel. If you didn’t know, I’ve been sharing a mini
series of budget recipes that are all less than one dollar per serving! We’ve done breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and
now we’re going to do desserts. I figured this was the right month for it! I’m also sharing vegan options for all of
these. Thumbs up! Let’s start with my Fro-Yo Creamsicles. Here are the ingredients you will need. This is so easy! Simply add all of your ingredients into a
mixing bowl and whisk to combine. Remember that you’ll want to use a coconut
milk yogurt for a vegan option. Pour your orange mixture into small paper
cups. Transfer to the freezer for about an hour,
and then it will be frozen enough that we can add our sticks. I got these mini popsicle sticks on Amazon
and I will link them below. Slide in your sticks and return to the freezer. After another few hours, once fully frozen,
simply pull your pop out of the paper cup and enjoy! So easy, delicious, and super cheap! Next, we’re going to make a seasonal treat,
perfect for this time of year: Apple Crisp. Here are the ingredients you will need. This recipe is actually from my Ho Ho Healthy
ebook. If you want to check it out after watching
this video, you can head over to mindovermunch.com/ebooks, and if you want any of my ebooks or packages,
you can use the code “DOLLAR” for 10% this week only. Let’s start by making our topping. In a large bowl, add oats, oat flour, coconut
sugar, sweetener of choice, cinnamon, salt, coconut oil, and vanilla extract. Mix to combine. Next, chop your apple into cubes. For the filling, add your chopped apple, dates,
coconut sugar, sweetener, flour, lemon juice, and cinnamon in a bowl and mix to combine. Spray down some mini ramekins or oven-safe
baking dishes and fill them up with your apple mixture. Then, liberally sprinkle on your topping mix. Trust me, don’t skimp on the topping! It’s delicious. Bake in an oven preheated to three hundred
and seventy-five degrees Fahrenheit for about forty minutes, and allow to cool slightly. And then you can top it with a little bit
of whipped cream (or coconut whipped cream for vegan) and a dusting of cinnamon. Serve and enjoy! This dessert gives you all of the deliciousness
of an apple pie, without the calories and fat, and it’s got a nice price tag, too! Lastly, we’re going to be making my No-Bake
Peanut Butter Bars. Here are the ingredients you will need. In a pot over medium heat, add peanut butter
and honey. Mix to combine, until smooth, creamy and melted. Remove from heat, add in your oats, and mix
to coat thoroughly. Yum! Transfer to a square baking dish lined with
foil and sprayed. Flatten it down nice and evenly. Now, time for my favorite part, drizzle on
some melted chocolate. You’ll of course want dairy-free melted chocolate
for vegan. Transfer to the refrigerator for a few hours,
until firm. Once chilled, remove the block from the baking
dish and peel away the foil, and then you can just simply cut your block into bars. Serve and devour! These are so flavorful, decadent, nutritious
– other than the chocolate, they could really be a breakfast bar – and they are so inexpensive! Being healthy does not have to mean expensive! If you agree and enjoyed this episode and
this series, give this episode a thumbs up so that I know if you want more budget recipes. Let me know which of these you’re most excited
to try in the comments below, and tag me on social if you do try any of them out! Thanks so much for liking, sharing, and subscribing,
I’ll see you next week, and, remember, it’s all a matter of mind over munch!

100 thoughts on “Healthy $1 Dessert Recipes – Easy Budget Meals! – Mind Over Munch”

  1. A great vegan substitute for the honey in the peanut butter bars would be maple syrup ๐Ÿ™‚ Not all vegans eat honey because it is technically an animal product…. Great video, thanks for sharing!

  2. All desserts look yummy, and my friends coming over for lunch next week will enjoy them. Plus sooooo affordable. Thank you for helping us stretch our food dollar. More budget-friendly recipes, please! Happy holidays to you, Alyssia.

  3. Great recipes as always Alyssia. Question for you- what's the shelf life for the peanut oat bars and where do you store them? Fridge or air tight container?

  4. Will you be doing a healthy series in Jan? I followed along and felt great. Then stress kicking in during late February and haven't been able to get back to those healthy patterns. Gahh.

  5. Hey Alyssia! Awesome recipes I'm going to try them all! Did u melt the chocolate chips before putting in squeezie bottle or did u melt them in the bottle?

  6. I wanted to thanks you before for the gingerbread latte recipe. I am going g to try it. Thanks for listening to my request. Also thanks for all the vegan options.

  7. I'd definitely like to try the PB and J bars! Even with the melted chocolate, those probably have way less sugar than some of the crap my kids eat for breakfast now! Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. awesome the peanut butter bars I'm addicted to it lol but I will top it with a Berrie topping for a peanut butter and jelly effect ๐Ÿ˜Š

  9. I've been making your dishes while I've been studying abroad in Spain for the past couple months, and everyone loves them! And I've been telling people here to watch your videos. You are the best, Alyssia! Thanks for helping me feel great by eating right!

  10. OMG! This is awesome. I need to try the fro-yo creamsicles and I love that the apple crisp is healthier. I didn't know you had an e-book! I'll have to check that out! ๐Ÿ™‚ Happy Holidays, Alyssia!

  11. Enjoying this series! What could I replace peanut butter with for the last recipe? I have to admit I don't really like the taste of it. Happy holidays Alyssia ๐Ÿ™‚

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  13. I love your videos and your recipes are so Delicious,catchy and cute like you!! ^v^๐Ÿ’•

  14. Hey, do the peanut butter bars stay together if they come back up to room temperature after being chilled, or should they definitely be kept refrigerated? Thanks!

  15. Hello, I have just found your channel and I saw a recipe for an apple crunch with oats and granny smith apples. I cannot find it to save me. Can you give me a link to that apple dessert recipe?

  16. WOW, I think pleople in the USA doesnยดt realize how cheap is your food men… I mean is amazing, 1 usd is like 16 argentinian pesos. Thatยดs the price JUST for the oranges, not talking about yogourt…. Just a comment, but I LOOOVE THIS CHANNEL, and the recepies!! I really creative!

  17. If you are allergic to coconut(s)/milk can you use almond yogurt instead? Also what is a good sub for all the coconut based things you have used?

  18. Only someone who lives in California would eat popsicles in December…๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I love this video though! The apple crisp recipe is delicious by the way!!!

  19. I love the oat bars. Makes a great snack or a quick breakfast on the go. Healthier than running through a drive through and cheaper.

  20. Hi, thank you for the recipes ๐Ÿ™‚ can the peanut butter oat bars be stored room temp. Or do they need to be refrigerated?

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